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Voltaggio Spotlight Hero
In October of 2011, we released VOLT ink., the debut cookbook from Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. These chef-brothers are known for their top restaurants in Frederick, Maryland, and Los Angeles, California, respectively, and for their head-to-head competition on season 6 of Bravo TV’s Top Chef. As part of their book MORE...
Beginnings Lamb with Anchovy and Mint
James Beard Foundation Award–nominated chef Chris Cosentino’s debut cookbook hit the streets yesterday and we, along with legions of his fans, couldn’t be more excited. Beginnings features sixty recipes for Italian-style first courses that any home cook can make. If you like, you can also serve many of these MORE...
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The first cookbook from innovative and highly regarded chef Chris Cosentino, Beginnings presents more than 60 recipes for Italian-style first courses. Organized by season, the book draws upon Chris’s years of experience cooking both at home and in restaurant kitchens. The seasonal, yet creative MORE...
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jennifer newens | 12.2.13
One of my favorite things about being a cookbook editor is working with superbly talented people on a regular basis. Collaborating with chefs is perhaps the most rewarding of my multifaceted job description, and I so enjoy helping them bring their stories to life on the page. My most recent project is Collards MORE...
Best Cookbook Ever
Do you have problems in your life and want to make them disappear? Cooking has been shown to be therapeutic, healthful, and capable of solving literally any issue related to mind, body, and soul. This collection of the world’s best recipes has been designed by Max and Eli to ensure a success rate of 110 percent + MORE...
collards & carbonara
What happens when you mix southern ingredients with Italian flavors? When you take lemonade-sipping, Maker's Mark-swilling southern boys and expose them to wine gulping, grappa loving Italians? When you puree black-eyed peas, stuff them into tortellini, and serve them in a ham hock and collard green brodo? As this MORE...
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The Twitterverse is abuzz with news that Chef Chris Cosentino is about to release his first cookbook. “Can’t friggin wait…” “AWESOME...” Nice work, Brother…” are just a few of the tweets from his chef friends.Many of them were surprised to find out what this book was about: Italian-style first courses. While he MORE...
Sorella
After meeting in culinary school, Emma Hearst and Sarah Krathen opened Sorella—Italian for “sister,” in a nod to the deep connection these friends feel for each other—on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Lauded for its distinctive blend of gutsy northern Italian fare, family-style spirit, and old-world glamour, their MORE...
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Get into the kitchen. Learn to cook real good food. Make it crazy delicious. And don’t be too worried about a little mess. In This is a Cookbook: Recipes for Real Life, brothers Max and Eli Sussman—Brooklyn-based chefs—share more than 60 killer recipes that demystify the cooking process for at-home chefs, call on MORE...
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Bryan and Michael Voltaggio have been called two of the most talented chefs of their generation, though they are probably best known for their head-to-head, brother-against-brother competition on season 6 of Bravo TV’s Top Chef. Their work, separately and together, combines the most exciting modern MORE...